Who We Are

Our heartfelt gratitude and congratulations to Connor Mui, who led and managed the painting of our social hall for his Eagle Scout project! This was all done with the added challenge of COVID restrictions. The hall looks beautiful and we look forward to the day when we can re-gather for coffee hour.

Wollaston Congregational Church, United Church of Christ is a small congregation of open-hearted people. We come from many walks of life, a variety of religious backgrounds and no religious background. We are single and partnered, life-long members and curious new attendees. We’re old, young and in-between.

We do not seek to impose a belief system on our members or attendees. We welcome you however you choose to participate, whether you attend weekly services, join us on Zoom, or participate in our seasonal small groups and events.

If you are curious about beliefs, feel free to check out the United Church of Christ Statement of Faith: Statement of Faith. The UCC is a non-creedal denomination, the statement is a testament to our faith, not a test of faith.

At Wollaston Congregational Church we seek to follow the way of Jesus of Nazareth, to acknowledge Christ as the sole head of the church, and to make the love of God, shown in Jesus, known in our neighborhood and our world.

We strive to welcome everyone, no matter who they are, where they have come from, and where they are on life’s journey.

In 2011, Wollaston Congregational Church modified our bylaws to clarify that “Membership is open to all and the church does not discriminate against persons based on race, color, previous religion or denomination, sex, disability, marital status, national origin or ancestry, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression … or any other protected class as designated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, or as determined by the United Church of Christ.”

Preparing delicious and nutritious soups for “Soup for Storm Relief” in March 2018

Megan, a church member who moved away a couple of years ago and now joins us on Zoom, wrote:

WCC has been the first church in which I truly feel ‘at home’. I have been accepted for who I am in all facets and have been encouraged to grow in my faith and community since the first day I came with Mary to a service. One of the saddest parts about moving back to PA for me was leaving the congregation. It’s crazy to think that with all the difficult things COVID created, it somehow led me back to this church community. I am truly blessed to have been able to participate in Zoom church for the past year with the UCC congregation and found myself looking forward to connecting in these new ways.

Please email Rev. Liz (pastor@wollastonucc.org) if you have any questions or if you would like the information needed to join us on Zoom.